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How Do Snowflakes Form?
No two are ever alike, so they say. Young scientists view an engaging video in a playlist series to learn about snowflakes. They see how snowflakes form and study several different categories of them.
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- If possible, have learners take their own pictures of snowflakes and classify them
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